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Hotchya Marine Design has commenced designing a modern large tuna seiner

Hotchya Marine Design Company signed a contract with the Ministry of Industry and Trade for the development of the initial design requirements and the conceptual design of a modern large tuna seiner.

As per the design requirement, the seiner length will be approximately 90.00 meters, middle body width will be 15.00 meters, and the hull height will be approximately 10.00 meters.

The output of the main propulsion system is 6,000 kW, and the approximate shaft generator capacity will be 1,200 kW. The vessel can accelerate to 16 knots. The vessel endurance is 55 days. The vessel's deadweight is approximately 1,750 tons. GLONASS and GPS navigation equipment will be installed. Fish will be stored in 20-22 freezing holds.

The seiner will operate in the unlimited area. There are 35 crew and science team members.

The project will follow the "Conceptual Marine Equipment Designs" ("New Look") line within the framework of the "Civil marine facilities development for 2009-2016" federal special-purpose program.

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